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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with madrid:

6 letters:
at run,
add an,
add on,
add up,
bad as,
had an,
had as,
had on,
had up,
had us,
mad as,
at mid


7 letters:
had run,
at stud,
had but,
had cut,
had let,
had put,
rat run,
adds an,
adds up,
bad man,
bad men,
cad cam,
dad was,
had ten,
had was,
had won,
lad was,
mad man,
pads up,
sad sam,
tag rag,
and ran,
and run,
had dug


8 letters:
bad mood,
had good,
had shut,
mat rush,
that ran,
that run,
add much,
add some,
back rub,
bad luck,
had come,
had lain,
had much,
had some,
had such,
had sung,
had then,
had thus,
had when,
shag rag,
shag rug,
had read,
and drug,
had done,
had hung,
that did,
anna had,
cadre of


9 letters:
black mud,
bad blood,
had loved,
plant bud,
black run,
glad when,
pass rush,
shall run,
had dried,
sad bread,
and blood,
and loved,
had drunk,
that drug,
that good,
that lead,
sarah had


10 letters:
that blood,
match fund,
had rushed


11 letters:
pratt truss,
black blood,
brass studs,
flash flood,
match blood,
shall dread,
sarah heard,
farah aidid,
daddy loved


12 letters:
hannah heard


13 letters:
rather rugged,
abraham loved


14 letters:
grass sprouted


15 letters:
spattered blood


16 letters:
splattered blood



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